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Posted on: May 30, 2011

If you like Fried Ice Cream without all the extra points, this is the dessert for you. 

And this doesn’t have many points at all. Ready for it? Ready?

…………..3 points. Yep, 3 points (old WW points AND new PointsPlus)

Mock Fried Ice Cream

  • 1 whole wheat low carb 100 calorie-ish tortilla (I use Santa Fe Tortilla Company Homestyle Whole Grain Tortillas)
  • 1 C Breyer’s Fat Free Vanilla Ice Cream 
  • 1 teaspoon sugar (you can use Splenda Blends, I don’t when making it for the kiddos)
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • Butter flavored cooking spray
  • lite chocolate syrup
  • whipped cream and cherry optional
  1. Cut the tortillas into quarters, spray with cooking spray. Set oven to broil. Meanwhile, combine the cinnamon and sugar and sprinkle onto the tortillas. Broil the tortilla quarters for about 2 minutes, but watch them VERY carefully as they will burn quickly and you will be very sad 😦
  2. Place 1/4 C ice cream on each tortilla quarter. Drizzle lightly with chocolate syrup, and for no extra points you can do a little dollop of whipped cream and/or a cherry on top.

Makes 2 servings   WW Points Value: 3  WW PointsPlus Value: 3

You can prepare the cinnamon sugar tortillas in advance, but they’re kinda nice when they’re hot from the oven because the ice cream melts all over them and it’s ooey gooey yummy. THREE POINTS!

If you’re extra hongry: If you want to eat the whole tortilla, it doesn’t necessarily double the points. In fact, if you don’t use any extra ice cream and spread out the 1/2 C over all 4 quarters (it really does go a long way) then the whole tortilla is only 4 points (5 PointsPlus.)

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